Dietary oleic acid as a control fatty acid for polyunsaturated fatty acid intervention studies: a transcriptomics and proteomics investigation using interleukin-10 gene-deficient mice.

@article{Knoch2010DietaryOA,
  title={Dietary oleic acid as a control fatty acid for polyunsaturated fatty acid intervention studies: a transcriptomics and proteomics investigation using interleukin-10 gene-deficient mice.},
  author={Bianca Knoch and Matthew P. G. Barnett and Janine Cooney and Warren C. McNabb and Diane Barraclough and William A. Laing and Nicole C Roy},
  journal={Biotechnology journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={5 11},
  pages={1226-40}
}
Oleic acid (OA) has been used as a control fatty acid in dietary polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) intervention studies due to its lack of effect on eiconasoid biosynthesis. Since the effect of OA as a control fatty acid has not yet been investigated for transcriptomics and proteomics studies, this study aimed to test whether colonic transcriptome and proteome profiles associated with colitis development in mice fed a linoleic acid-rich corn oil-AIN-76A diet (Il10(-/-) compared to C57 mice… CONTINUE READING

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